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Former Federal Prosecutor and Maslon Partner Steve Schleicher Provides Expert Commentary Regarding the Latest Developments in the Prosecution of the Officers Charged in the Tragic Death of George Floyd

June 4, 2020

Steve Schleicher, partner in Maslon's Litigation Group and former federal prosecutor, has offered expert commentary and insight to the media on the latest developments in the prosecution of the officers in the George Floyd death, including the below.

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Steve is an experienced trial and appellate lawyer who concentrates his work on criminal defense, government and internal investigations, and high stakes civil litigation. He also serves as co-chair of Maslon's Government & Internal Investigations Group.

Steve has 24 years' experience as a trial lawyer, having spent his career as a prosecuting attorney before joining Maslon. A former federal prosecutor, he worked for 13 years in the U.S. Attorney's Office, serving as the Deputy Criminal Chief of the Special Prosecution Section (2014-2016) and as the St. Paul Branch Chief. Prior to joining the U.S. Attorney's Office, Steve worked at the Minnesota Attorney General's Office and Winona County Attorney's Office. Steve also has experience in military courts, having served as a JAG Corps Officer in the United States Army Reserve.


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